Love Yu Trunk Show

Love, Yu launches The Lover Bridal Collection at The Prelude! The Lover is inspired by the most romantic place in the world – Paris. This season, the collection is dedicated to the hopeless romantics, the lovers, the dreamers. Simplicity is key in the latest collection, relaxed silhouettes; soft hues of nude and ivory, mixed with luxurious lace and the lightness of silks and tulles make up this collection.

From 25 July to 1 August 2015, we will be offering a 10% discount on all Love Yu orders.


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Established in 2009, Love, Yu has grown from a local to internationally known label with a growing number of stockists internationally, including USA, UK and Hong Kong. The label has been featured in international bridal publications such as BRIDES magazine and on TV such as CNBC New York’s talk show “Squawk Box”.

Love, Yu gowns are know for it’s modern simplicity and understated elegance, with pieces that are versatile and can be transformed from a perfect bridal gown to a chic evening piece.

A (Tiffany) Blue weekend… and more

It was a busy weekend at The Prelude Bridal, with two events back to back (and two weddings slotted in the middle).

First up, “A Lifetime of Brilliance” at Tiffany & Co’s Marina Bay Sands store on 29 October. Hosted by Female Brides editor, Steve Thio who looked extremely dapper in his jacket, it was an afternoon of discovery. Attendees discover edTiffany diamonds, the most beautiful symbol of true love, and explored Tiffany jewels and gifts.

 Models Kate, Ella and Douvle strolled through the audience wearing bridal and evening gowns from The Prelude Bridal. Each had their look completed with a stunning set of jewels from Tiffany & Co and hair/makeup by makeup guru Tinoq Russell Goh.

Ella was the “dramatic” bride, with a patterned organza modified mermaid gown with mesh organza flounced ruffles on the bodice and skirt by Junko Yoshioka. Her look was paired with a long string of pearls, perfect for the fashionista bride.

Kate went for the “vintage” feel in her Jean gown by Temperley London. Temperley’s best seller was a hit with the crowd!

Douvle on the other hand, was “modern” in her sweetheart bustier gown by Junko Yoshioka with a clean finish and simple a-line silhouette.

Ella changed her look and was now a “romantic” bride in a bustier tulle ball gown with fern head inspired beading scattered throughout by Junko Yoshioka.

A final look at the lovely models.

Floral decor by Fiore Dorato; rumballs, cupcakes and pastries by Antionette and Pine Garden.

Tune in next for more on our in-house event!